Stephen Sammut


Dr. Stephen Sammut is an associate professor of psychology at Franciscan University of Steubenville. He has spent 20 years in neuroscience research, including several years at Rosalind Franklin University in North Chicago, and two and a half years at the Albany Medical Center in Albany, NY, after moving to the United States from Malta. He is now in his sixth year of teaching at Franciscan University where he continues his research with a number of ongoing projects.

Sammut: “Setting the Record Straight About Zika and Contraception”

<!––>Dr. Stephen Sammut, associate professor of Psychology, writes on the truth behind the rising Zika virus and its relation to contraception. There has been a lot said about the Zika virus in the past few weeks, including certain comments from the Vatican. On the basis of the evidence available pertaining to Zika, viruses in general,…